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Reformed Heritage Christian School and its supporters treasure their distintively Reformed tradition and beliefs. Please watch the brief movie clips and read our story to learn who we are and how we began.

Administrator’s Message

Our History

The Reformed Heritage Christian School Association was formed in 1993 by parents who desired to provide their children with a quality education that was rooted in Scripture and the Reformed confessions.

RHCS is arranged in multi-grade classrooms with the exception of kindergarten. Our facilities include eight classrooms, a computer lab, multi-purpose room and library.

We are a growing educational community; yet students enjoy the individual attention they need due to a low student / teacher ratio. The teachers and administration subscribe to Reformed beliefs.

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Our Beliefs

The Old and New Testaments are the basis of faith for the Association. We stand on the interpretations of the Scriptures given in the doctrinal statements: The Belgic Confession, the Heidelberg Catechism, and the Canons of Dordt. These historic Reformed documents are important as the basis of our school.

We also identify six areas of distinctive emphasis

  1. The Bible: It is God’s inspired, inerrant revelation. The nature of Biblical authority is divine; the extent of Biblical authority is total (2 Peter 1:20-21).
  2. Creation: The Father created the universe and all creatures in six literal days from no pre-existing substance (Hebrews 11:3). Naturalistic and theistic evolution is rejected.
  3. Antithesis: Since the fall, there have been two opposing spiritual forces laying claim to God’s creation. All areas of life in all their aspects belong to God and are to be brought under his redemptive Lordship.
  4. The Covenant: God calls to Himself a people whom He saves, adopts them as His own children, and establishes a relationship of friendship with them. This covenant is for believers in Christ and their children. Therefore, Christian parents receive their children as a trust from the Lord (Acts 2:38-39, Mark 10:13-14).
  5. Human Relationships: God created man in His own image. He created male and female. Thus, we reject egalitarian philosophies, which seek to remove God-ordained distinctions between parents and children, husband and wife, and male and female (Ephesians 6:1-4, Romans 1:24-27).
  6. Schooling: The primary responsibility for education rests upon parents. The authority of the teacher is derived from the fact that he/she acts as representative of the parents (Deuteronomy 6).
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